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... the World Cup game. I had never really been a soccer fan previously, so perhaps it's the location and atmosphere.
Monday was the day that I went to the Einwohnermeldeamt office to change my address. I think that I had mentioned earlier that I had read stories about how much of a hassle this can be. I had never really experienced that, but until now I had been in relatively small towns also. When I arrived and took my number from the machine my number was L06. The ...
... open yet as this type of facility is normally open quite
early in the day. The second place was out of business and the last one did not
have a printer (again not a normal occurrence). I decided to walk in the
direction of the office where I needed to register my address and keep my eyes
open for another internet café. I never did spot another on this route. I again
headed to the tourist information office to ask if they could tell me the
location of ...
Not a whole lot happened today. Most museums closed, so I spent lots of time in bookstores and poking around. I did go to the Stasi-Museum, which was interesting and not what I expected. It was very grass-roots, including hand-lettered signs on cardboard. Again, part of the unequivocally critical take on the ...
... Forum Leipzig, which has a permanent exhibit about Germany's divided history. This exhibit surprised me, because the take-away message was really negative. The exhibit was quite disorganized and (maybe intentionally) mixed the examples of every-day life with information about spying, oppression, and escape attempts. Also interesting is that much of the exhibit wS only in German. I had ...
... buildings were neat. I also had a nice cup of tea and piece of okay cake in the peaceful cafe there. In the evening, I walked around the area of the hotel, which is the Südvorstadt. It's a nice and lively part of the city, sort of reminiscent of Portland's Alberta district. Had dinner (a giant bowl of soljanka) at a nice place called Cafe ...
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